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Beaches International Jazz Festival

July 2020 (dates to be announced) | The Beaches Neighbourhood | Official website

Unfolding each summer in the heart of the lakeside neighbourhood, this celebration of music features a dynamic musical roster, multiple stages and even an enticing line-up of gourmet food trucks.

A band performing onstage at the Beaches International Jazz Festival in Toronto
Celebrate jazz music at the annual Beaches International Jazz Festival

Unfolding each summer in the heart of the lakeside neighbourhood, the celebration of music features a dynamic roster, multiple stages, a popular street fest and an enticing line-up of gourmet food trucks. And all the performances are FREE.

In 2019, the fest takes place over 4 weekends on multiple stages in the area and this year will include the Leslieville and Riverside Block Party on July 5 to 7.

In Woodbine Park at the TD Main Stage, a highly-anticipated lineup of performances will swing in for the weekend of July 19 to 21, look for local favourite Rob Tardik on Sunday afternoon. At the OLG Main Stage July 26 to 28 performances will showcase a range of established and emerging artists. Check out the Legends of Motown, an amazing 16 –piece cast of singer and musicians. Celebrating the sounds of the international community with salsa, merengue and cumbia, the Beaches Jazz Latin Carnival will heat up Woodbine Park July 12 to 14.

Crowd favourite and festival mainstay, StreetFest returns this year with a huge line-up of musicians of all stripes – calypso, samba, jazz, fusion, Latin, blues and Cajun will enliven the street corners and rooftops along Queen Street East, Thursday, July 25 to Saturday, July 27. Gourmet food trucks will keep the throngs well fed.

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